So I didn't make it far. I walked into the book fair and the first thing I saw was a sign that read, "Hardcover books $2, All others $1," a great deal from the Friends of the Miami-Dade Public Library. In a well-organized tent, they had books lined up and classified as "Hardcover," "Classics," "Popular," and "Spanish." I expected to see a lot of names of authors I didn't know, names of authors I did know and might not like, or perhaps some obscure gardening books, but the Friends of the MDPC did a really great job getting their hands on some legitimately covetable used books.
Two strikes and he may be out. A second judge has ruled that he will not hear GOP Congressman Allen West's request for a recount, virtually assuring Patrick Murphy of the District 18 Congressional seat. It happened in St.
One in five Floridians is currently receiving food stamp benefits and the number is rising in South Florida. But tucked into a recent report by the Department of Children and Families, are some encouraging signs of economic recovery.
It’s been a watering hole that has seen Miami grow from an insect-infested swamp town to a city of millions, gateway to Latin America. It’s weathered the worst of Miami and the best – all to the beat of South Florida’s music scene. No pretensions in this joint. It’s real, it’s genuine – it’s Tobacco Road. South Florida Arts Beat contributor, Chris DeAngelis, reveals the life of Miami’s booze and blues legend.
Written by Chris DeAngelis, produced and hosted by Ed Bell for WLRN’s South Florida Arts Beat.
For those of you who just don't want to let this election season go, then we have the story for you. Congressman Allen West has one last chance to pull out a win in the 18th congressional district. The race still hasn't been certified. Lawyers for West are scheduled to be in court in St. Lucie County on
Friday to try to get a full recount in his contest with Democrat Patrick Murphy, who is so convinced he's won the seat that he's already gone to Congressional freshman orientation.